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How to talk to children about the climate crisis

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Engaging in conversations with our children around the climate crisis can feel challenging – especially when we don’t have all the answers. How can we talk to our children about the climate crisis in a responsible, respectful and informative way that doesn’t immediately fill them with dread, guilt and fear?

Join Kit Marie Rackley as they dive into this difficult topic, sharing their approach to empowering young people to challenge information and opinions, and gain the confidence to present, justify and act, delivered through poetry and an informative talk.

This activity is part of Mind, Body, Earth, a programme that seeks to provide empathetic spaces where anxieties about our climate and the future can be safely expressed and explored, developed in partnership with Norfolk and Waveney Mind.

Important information

Running time: Approximately 1.5 hours

Ticket Prices: £5

Venue information:
Please note that this session will take place in Stage Two, Studio 1

About Kit

Kit Marie Rackley (they/she) is an award-winning science communicator, author and performer. After teaching high-school Geography and Drama for 13 years, they are now an education consultant and a passionate advocate of youth voice and empowerment, decolonising the curriculum, and inclusive and intersectional education. Much of Kit Marie’s work revolves around framing the climate crisis as a school safeguarding issue. They run an educational resource blog at, and is host and producer of the Coffee & Geography podcast.

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